resmed home sleep test
This is my sleep test! My wife and I have been trying to figure out what our ideal sleep schedule might be for years. It started when we moved to the South and we found ourselves in a very rural area that was relatively quiet for the majority of the year. That changed when we moved to the Northern part of the state.
We wanted to try something new, but we also wanted to make sure we were getting enough sleep. We went to bed at 10:30 pm on Monday night and went to sleep at 11:00 pm on Tuesday. We were both pretty sleepy. We were both tired. That’s when we decided that our ideal sleep schedule was a 8-12 hour cycle where we would wake up at 8:30 am and go to bed at 9:30 pm. So that’s what we did.
After going through the usual morning routine of showering, getting dressed, and running to the bus stop, we got to the bus stop at 930pm. We both got on the bus. The driver was a guy in his 40s who seemed a bit older than the rest of us.
We were both pretty much on a sleep schedule for most of the bus ride. We slept pretty well on the bus, but then we both had to wake up at 930pm because we were both tired. After we got off the bus we didn’t get any sleep during the rest of the ride. We slept pretty well on the bus because we were both sleepy, but then we had to get up at 930pm because we were both tired.
The bus ride was a pretty good test for us, but the sleep test was a pretty bad one. We both woke up at 930pm because we were both tired, but we both had to get up at 930pm because we were both tired. I think we both had a good night’s sleep on the bus, but not on the sleep test.
We both slept pretty well during the day, but the sleep test was a little rough. We both woke up at 930pm because we both were tired, but we both had to wake up at 930pm because we were both tired. This might be related to the fact that both of us are pretty sleep deprived. We both have a tendency to sleep very late (often by 9pm) and then go to sleep early (usually by 9am).
The best thing about the sleep test is that it’s completely voluntary. You don’t have to do it. While you can still get zoned out if you choose to, it’s entirely optional. We did it for fun, and it’s not really that big of a deal. We both had a good nights sleep on the bus, but as we were both on the very same bus, we were both quite tired.
The best part? Everyone has the same amount of sleep, so it is completely subjective. But if you are all on the same bus, it is possible to sleep on the bus the same amount at once, which means that you can all be zoned out. That happens a lot, which is why bus-zoning is so incredibly important.
When we were on the bus, we were all asleep, but we each had our own sleep zone. I was on the first row of seats (which was the front of the bus), which meant that I was in a nice deep sleep. I was on the second row, which meant that I was in a deep sleep. I had a sleep zone of my own, and because I was on the second row, I was the last to wake up.
I didn’t sleep on the bus. In fact, I went to bed at 8pm. I just didn’t feel like I was awake when I went to bed. So I stayed in my sleep zone. This was at 8.30pm. By the time I got home, I was already asleep.